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There have been a couple of notable moves in the Breeders’ Cup Classic odds this week.

The first should come of little surprise as Cody’s Wish has positioned himself as the “Peoples’ Horse” following the heart-warming associated with him.

However, the fact that Cody’s Wish is unbeaten in his last six starts, with four of them being Grade 1 races, has made him the Breeders’ Cup favorite and lowered his odds from 8/1 to 7/1.

Arabian Knight is the second key adjustment in the market. He has not been seen on a racetrack since winning the Southwest way back in January of 2023 by an impressive 5.5 lengths.

That victory catapulted Arabian Knight to the top of the Kentucky Derby market, where he would have been forced to change trainers due to the Bob Baffert situation, but that didn’t happen. He’s apparently been performing behind the scenes as his odds for Santa Anita have dropped from 14/1 to 12/1. currently has 16 horses listed for November’s Breeders’ Cup Classic.

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Race odds are subject to change and will be updated in real-time on this page:

2023 Breeders’ Cup Classic

Cody’s Wish                  7/1

Arcangelo                     10/1

Forte                            10/1

Arabian Knight              12/1

Taiba                            12/1

Ushba Tesoro                12/1

Angel of Empire            16/1

Defunded                     16/1

First Mission                 16/1

Mage                            16/1

West Will Power           16/1

Art Collector                 20/1

Country Grammer         20/1

Derma Sotogake           20/1

Disarm                         20/1

National Treasure         20/1

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